The Grauer School's FTC Shockwave Robotics #3848 team had a great performance at their second competition of the season. The team won 3 of their 5 matches, and their robot performed extremely well.
Grauer Film Studies teacher Dina Treibel took her students on a field trip to tour the student-run CHSTV television studio at Carlsbad High School, where they learned about new equipment and were interviewed for a live broadcast.
11th grade English students kicked off their return to school with a "Polar Plunge" at Moonlight Beach. Although the water temperature was not quite "polar," 60 degrees was definitely quite cold!
The World Religions class took a field trip to the Scripps Center of Integrative Medicine to walk around their labyrinth. This activity marks the start of the students' journey through the semester of World Religions studies, and the class discusses the biological connections between rituals, prayer, and healing in preparation.
Performing Arts teachers took a group of more than 30 Grauer students from all grades to visit the school’s neighbor. The students sang festive holiday songs to the seniors at Somerford, bringing happy smiles to their faces and brightening their holiday.
t's an annual tradition for Grauer students to relieve some stress by petting cute and cuddly animals in a Petting Zoo on campus during Finals week. They had lots of fun petting a variety of animals including baby goats, rabbits, pigs, chickens, ducks, and a sheep.
Congratulations to Jaden C. '22 for competing in the European World Cup for Men's Sabre. As Team Captain for USA Team #1, Jaden led his team to the Silver Medal finish!
Congratulations to Kai S. '20 for achieving 3rd place in the Amateur Junior Men's division at the Bodyboarding US Festival contest on November 22-23 at the Ocean Beach pier.
Sophia H. '22, Simon H. '25, and their parents spent the weekend on November 16-17 working on building a house in Tijuana, Mexico. Sophia and Simon impressed all of the adults on the build site with their work.
In this week’s column, Dr. Grauer, tongue in cheek, considers the loneliness of teaching children about the sacred connectedness of all creation.